Ottawa tech firm's employees come from over 30 countries and speak more than 20 languages, including Arabic, Farsi, Spanish, French, Turkish and Mandarin.
Maker of mobile application that securely stores health information, schedules and other vital family data lands deals with the Canadian Forces and a local home-care provider.
A growing number of local tech execs say they’re looking at options such as four-day weeks in a bid to help employees maintain better work-life balance.
Local web development company parts ways with former executives and implements digital-first work strategy as it adapts to economic upheaval caused by COVID-19.
2020 Forty Under 40 recipient
We asked about what problems Ottawa executives are facing in growing their tech companies and what, if anything, is holding the sector back
We asked Ottawa tech execs how Shopify's rise has affected the local sector and whether today’s deluge of public companies puts the city at a disadvantage
In our 2019 roundtable, we asked about how Ottawa tech firms are overcoming a tight talent market and whether the LRT has had any tangible impact on business in the first few rocky months
Ottawa’s female business leaders took home a haul of hardware at the Women in Finance and Women in IT awards held this week in Toronto
After 10 years in business, Ottawa-based Iversoft is only now naming its first CEO – the firm’s attempt to maintain its momentum from a high-growth year